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Massive WebRTC Flaw Hits VPN Services

If you use any of the major VPN services out there, your IP address information could have been put at risk due to a new flaw that’s been discovered in the WebRTC communication protocol. The problem appears when protected information is passed through popular browsers such as Firefox or Chrome. Thankfully, it’s because the flaw Read More

HideMyAss Adds New Servers in Several Countries

HideMyAss has expanded its VPN server count again this week, adding 26 new servers and 4,624 IP addresses with new several new countries added. The VPN provider now adds Bosnia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Albania, Brunei, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, and Jamaica to its server offerings. Check out the full list of new servers here. This week Read More

Iron Socket Adds Zero Logs to Its Privacy Policy

Iron Socket has announced a change to its privacy policy to “zero activity logs”, meaning the VPN provider will not log any user activity on its servers. The no log policy extends to both Iron Socket’s VPN service and its proxy service. Iron Socket says this gives its customers “an enhanced level of privacy.” “We Read More

Super Bowl WiFi Credentials Broadcast During Pregame Show

If you’re like the millions of people in America who watched the Seahawks walk all over Peyton Manning’s chances for a pay bump next year, you might have accidentally figured out how to log in to the stadium’s internal Wi-Fi network. Normally these systems are reserved for those working on the broadcast, namely various defensive Read More

ibVPN Upgrades Its VPN Package

IbVPN announced major updates to their VPN packages. What makes this version of the Ultimate package better than the last? Well, besides the extra IP addresses, remote assistance capabilities, and proxy server access, now you can connect to the service on up to two separate devices simultaneously without getting kicked off! Other features of the Read More

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